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The Long War

Sustainability should guide America's strategy against Islamic extremism.

For Democrats on Iran, Timing is Everything

Sen. Robert Menendez is trying to hold the line against Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's efforts to speed up the vote on Iran sanctions.


How the State Department Is Defending Hillary Clinton's Personal Email Use

The former secretary of State is, so far, largely letting her former colleagueshandle the controversy.

Susan Rice on Iran Nuclear Negotiations: 'A Bad Deal Is Worse Than No Deal'

The national security adviser, who has taken heat for her criticisms of Israeli Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu, spoke at the AIPAC policy conference Monday night.

Netanyahu Says Congressional Speech Is 'Not Intended to Show Any Disrespect to President Obama'

At the AIPAC policy conference, the Israeli prime minister previewed his Tuesday speech and insisted that he means no political harm.

The Cycle of Petulance in the U.S. and Israel

Nobody seems to be acting exclusively in the world's best interest.

Poll: With the Parties So Divided, Will Congress Be Able to Pass an AUMF to Combat ISIS This Year?

"Nobody wins if Congress can't agree on AUMF—not that it has stopped them in the past!"

The GOP's Plan to Isolate Rand Paul

On security, it's Rand Paul against his party. And the party has a plan.

The 70th Anniversary of the Flag Raising at Iwo Jima

In 1945, photographer Joe Rosenthal took the photo that became one of the most recognized images of World War II.

Conservative Groups Won’t Budge In Their Opposition to a Clean DHS Funding Bill

If Democrats push GOP leaders into a clean bill to keep DHS from shutting down this week, outside conservative groups fear it will be a long two years. 

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